The mystery surrounding Guns N’ Roses original lineup reunion is becoming a bit more clear today.
Last night (December 4th), news broke that the legendary rock group Guns N’ Roses would be headlining this year’s Coachella Festival alongside LCD Soundsystem, who would also be reuniting. Though no word was given whether or not the performance would include the band’s “original” members officially.
Axl Rose had been scheduled for a guest appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! tonight (December 5th), where he was speculated to confirm founding members Slash Matt Sorum and Duff McKagan’s return. But due to “unforeseen circumstances” he pulled out of the show, as the LA Times reports.
Slash and Duff McKagan however have been a little less unclear about the whole situation, while still retaining a bit of uncertainty, posting images of the Coachella lineup to their social media.
— Duff McKagan (@DuffMcKagan) January 5, 2016
Fans have been waiting 20 years for a original lineup reunion, so let’s just hope they aren’t trolling us.
In the meantime, take a trip through memory lane with this gem of Slash refusing Michael Jackson to stop soloing on stage.